San Jose del Cabo is an old and historical town that maintains a sleepy charm and rests in the shadow of its more popular neighbor Cabo San Lucas.
The first visit will be to the Wirikuta Cactus garden of San Jose del Cabo which has a number of cactus plants from all over the world and endemic cacti from the Baja Peninsula, as well as some species that are almost extinct in their natural habitats today. Then we will go into San Jose where a number of historical events occurred and we will visit the 1891 City Hall and the historical main chapel. Also there will be time to go shopping prior to going to Cabo San Lucas.
Cruise past the famous Land’s End arch and the Lover’s Beach for an up-close look at this spectacular natural wonder and look for the resident sea lions. Then head off to explore some of the most beautiful coves and beaches along the coast and get a glimpse of the rich and famous residences. Along the way, our expert guide will help you to learn about the area and sea life while you keep an eye out for dolphins and, in the winter, humpback whales.
Kayak to the famous Arch and sea lion colony at Land's End. Explore Lover's Beach and the incredible rock formations. Snorkel at Neptune's Finger or Pelican Rock, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. This is a wonderful way to explore the Arch, its beautiful beaches and its colorful underwater fauna.
If you prefer, you can take part in a Two Bay crusade, which will take you to the pristine bay of Santa María and the white sand bay of Chileno. Snorkel among many exotic species of fish and marine life! These bays have reef environments, which makes this the best snorkeling trip.
Have you ever imagined walking next to a river in the mountains while admiring the wonderful vegetation, water slides and waterfalls in Cabo? This gorgeous hike will take you to admire a beautiful oasis in the middle of the desert, with magnificent rock formations and a water pool. Swim in the natural pool nested next to a great waterfall.
Our Desert Safari is an off road voyage of discovery aboard our Mercedes Benz all terrain Unimog vehicles, which take you over bumpy terrain and through dry streams and remote villages on a mission to reach the heart of the Sierra Mountains.
Here, in the depths of the untouched Baja desert region, our knowledgeable, ecologically trained guides will take you on an educational nature walk, encouraging you to explore and discover the unspoiled flora and fauna of the desert.
An Eco-friendly off road exploration along the Pacific coastline. Journey out to Cabo to a secluded Ocean side ranch and saddle up with off-road Mountain Bikes accompanying your expert guide as you ride cactus-lined trails, sandy tracks and enjoy untouched nature. Ride alongside stunning, hidden, virgin beaches exploring flat and hilly off-road routes suitable for first timers and regular mountain-bike riders. Complete the adventure with a traditional mouthwatering Mexican Lunch and toast a great ride with a Tequila demonstration.
Enjoy Mexico's longest, highest, and fastest zip line. Set in an absolutely beautiful oasis that is part of a UNESCO protected biosphere, enjoy a spectacular backdrop for your canopy adventure! After a safety briefing and introduction to your equipment, it is off for the thrill of a lifetime! Begin by launching yourself into a series of exciting zip lines where you will fly across picturesque desert canyons. Combine the excitement of the zip lines and challenges with the beauty of the surroundings.
Guests will board the Jeeps directly at the hotel and will be taken on an exciting exclusive tour to explore the back roads of the Southern Baja and enjoy the views of the Sierra de La Laguna mountains. Each participant will have an opportunity to drive the all-terrain vehicle during the expedition if desired. This tour will allow guests to admire the beautiful scenery of the desert and mountains whilst driving their own luxury Jeep. They will push the limits of adventure and excitement that one can have in Cabo. This spectacular drive will take guests on the dirt roads leading to the charming village of Miraflores.
Whales such as, Humpbacks, Grays, Blues, and Sperm Whales are common to the Los Cabos waters. An estimated 11,000 gray whales journey to the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez during the months of January through March to bear their calves. These breathtaking creatures can usually be seen playing in the warm water right off the shore or you can take a whale watching tour to view them up close.